I think we can oppose the dictator in two ways. The first way is to take to the streets. That way, if they shoot, we will die. It is the way of investing our life. There have been instances of bloodshed during previous coups, so everyone knows they will take up arms as soon as we take to the streets. Though we protest peacefully, they will be mixed up their spies in the crowd. Then they (their spies) will start to create a problem. And they will start to shoot. After that, they will announce they have to control it because it’s so noisy. It’s their strategy in every protest.
Another option is the current CDM campaign. They can do nothing if the government machinery is stopping. That method can be more effective. So we need to encourage each other online to do more of the CDM campaign. Government employees with fear must also be persuaded through Facebook to crack down on the junta dictator so as not to be intimidated this time around. But the military dictators know this too. Whatever we have to do both ways.
The Military group shut down Facebook, which is used by more than 80 percent of Burmese people. Facebook has been instructed to disable all service operators in Myanmar. So the Burmese people use proxies. Young people can use anti-authoritarian campaigns to use Facebook over a VPN, but oldies find it difficult to use Facebook because of their lack of technology. Young people are expanding on Facebook as well as on Twitter, mobilizing CDM campaigns.
Parliament members who were trapped in the Cibin Guest house in Nay Pyi Taw were released. However, the remaining 70 NLD MPs who did not return their natives until February 4 convened the Hluttaw (Parliament). To mark the convening of the Hluttaw, on the first day of the Hluttaw, they signed the Pledge of Allegiance to “fulfill our public duty”. The idea is that the junta will appoint ministers, principles have been made, but they are not recognized. It is not a government elected by the people.
I knew in my heart that the next few days would be even more intense. As I can imagine. It becomes.